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|Video Shows Virginia Cop Shoot And Wound A Fleeing Teenager|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 14:21:05 -0400|
|GOP Candidate Don Blankenship Rips Mitch McConnell's 'Chinaperson' Family|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 14:02:40 -0400|
|Florida High School Resource Officer Under Investigation|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 00:00:00 -0400|
|Migrant caravan arrives at US-Mexican border|
|Tue, 24 Apr 2018 19:39:19 -0400|
Around 100 Central American migrants from a caravan that infuriated President Donald Trump arrived Tuesday at the US-Mexican border, where many plan to seek asylum in the United States, according to organizers. Two busloads of migrants arrived in the border city of Mexicali -- which sits opposite Calexico, California -- and paused for a rest stop before continuing west towards Tijuana, said AFP correspondents traveling with them. The migrants are part of a caravan of more than 1,000 people that set out from Mexico's southern border on March 25.
|Manhunt Underway for Man Who Allegedly Killed a Deputy in Maine|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 00:00:00 -0400|
|Southwest jet victim's husband: 'Mommy's not coming home'|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 14:23:42 -0400|
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The husband of an Albuquerque woman killed in a Southwest Airlines jet that blew an engine while flying said he broke the news about her death to their two children at their school, telling them: "Mommy's not coming home, guys."
|Joy Reid Doubles Down: Homophobic Posts ‘Hacked,' ‘Fraudulent’|
|Tue, 24 Apr 2018 21:32:47 -0400|
|Harley-Davidson Updates Street and Sportster Trade-In Program|
|Thu, 26 Apr 2018 11:13:33 -0400|
Harley-Davidson Updates Street and Sportster Trade-In Program Amidst steadily declining sales, Harley-Davidson revives trade-in program for lower-priced models It’s no mystery that Harley-Davidson Motorcycles has been, shall we say, struggling over the last
|Rodgers: Mulvaney controversy raises legal questions about possible bribery|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 07:43:40 -0400|
New ethics questions surrounding Acting Head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Mick Mulvaney, the New York Times reporting he told a group of lobbyists and bankers they should donate more money to lawmakers in order to have more influence.
|Patton Oswalt Celebrates Michelle McNamara's Legacy After Arrest In 'Golden State Killer' Case|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 20:06:23 -0400|
|U.S. Press Freedom Ranking Falls Again, Thanks To 'Media-Bashing Enthusiast' Trump|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 09:39:02 -0400|
|America Must Come to Terms with Reality in Syria|
|Tue, 24 Apr 2018 19:40:00 -0400|
The joint attack carried out by the United States, United Kingdom and France on April 14 in Syria—targeting three sites related to Assad’s chemical weapons program—was a firm reaction and punishment for Assad’s continued use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians. What singled out this chemical weapons attack from others Assad carried out over the past year was that it was not limited to the use of chlorine. The large number of civilian casualties and the fact that sarin nerve agent was mixed with the chlorine sparked the second military response by the Trump administration—this time together with the United Kingdom and France—with the aim of upholding the well-established international norm against the use of chemical weapons.
|ICC apologises as India rape guru tweet causes political row|
|Tue, 24 Apr 2018 20:17:35 -0400|
Cricket's world governing body apologised Wednesday after leaving a sarcastic remark on a video showing Prime Minister Narendra Modi sharing a stage with an Indian guru convicted of raping a teenage girl. The International Cricket Council went into damage control after its Twitter account posted the Hindu prayer "Narayan, Narayan" (Oh Lord, Oh Lord) beneath a video of Modi standing with Asaram Bapu. Asaram, one of India's self-styled spiritual gurus who commands a following of millions, was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday for raping a teenage devotee in 2013.
|Man who shot 2 police officers, 1 civilian in Dallas arrested|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 05:41:53 -0400|
|Lawyer: Trump to aid raids' attorney-client privilege review|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 18:00:57 -0400|
NEW YORK (AP) — A lawyer for President Donald Trump said Wednesday that the president is ready to help recommend what materials seized from his personal attorney that relate to him should be withheld from federal investigators because of attorney-client privilege.
|'Christian Researcher' Has A Head-Spinning New Doomsday Prediction|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 04:49:36 -0400|
|North Korea nuclear programme rocked by 'collapse' of test site|
|Thu, 26 Apr 2018 05:35:27 -0400|
Part of North Korea’s main nuclear weapons testing site may not be usable for further trials following a collapse in the mountain above it, according to a report by a team of Chinese geologists. According to researchers at the University of Science and Technology (USTC) a collapse in a cavity at Mount Mantapsan, above northwest North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site, occurred after the country’s latest nuclear tests in September 2017. A second Chinese study, including input from researchers from the China Earthquake Administration, also said that the collapse was due to the September aftershock. But it did not conclude that the site was now unusable. The findings come ahead of historic talks between the South and North on Friday, where the leaders are set to discuss denuclearisation on the peninsula. The USTC study led to speculation the collapse may have informed North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s decision on Saturday to suspend the country’s nuclear testing. When it was delivered, the announcement was widely perceived to have been an overture ahead of Friday’s scheduled talks with Moon Jae-in, the South Korean President, and Kim. Pending the outcome of Friday's meeting, Kim is also due to meet with US President Donald Trump in late May or June, with Mr Trump’s stated goal for Kim to agree to scrapping his nuclear weapons programme. Before and after images show the Punggye-ri test site where on September 3, 2017, North Korea claimed to have conducted the undeground explosion of a hydrogen bomb Credit: AFP/Planet Last September North Korea conducted what it claimed was a test of a thermonuclear bomb at Punggye-ri, which has hosted five of the country’s six tests, with the first taking place in 2006. Four earthquakes in the area were reported following the bomb test, the yield of which was estimated to be equivalent to over 100 kilotons of TNT: North Korea’s biggest yet. The USTC report, which will be published in US science journal Geophysical Research Letters, said: “The occurrence of the collapse should deem the underground infrastructure beneath mountain Mantap not be used for any future nuclear tests.” The scientists said it was important to “continue to monitor any leakage of radioactive materials that may have been caused by the collapse”. Chinese authorities have conducted tests for radiation near China’s border with North Korea, which is less than 100km from Punggye-ri, and have not reported any radiation risk. Both studies concluded that a first tremor was caused by an explosion and the second was caused by the collapse of damaged rock above the blast cavity inside the mountain. However, the second study did not say whether the site was still usable. Korea summit | Read more We've noticed you're adblocking. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Thank you for your support. Need help? Click here for instructions
|French President Emmanuel Macron visits Trump in 3-day trip to Washington|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 11:00:21 -0400|
|Dallas Officer Shot At Home Depot Dies. 2 Others Still In Hospital.|
|Tue, 24 Apr 2018 18:47:00 -0400|
|New Documents Show Pompeo Failed To Disclose Additional Business Ties To China|
|Wed, 25 Apr 2018 21:29:15 -0400|